Join the restaurants of Greer Station for outdoor dining under the twinkling lights of Trade Street every Friday evening in April. The City of Greer will close Trade Street for extended outdoor dining in the streets including live music and extended shopping hours from Greer Station merchants.
The first event on April 2, will feature live music by Brooks Dixon. Street seating will be available between 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m., and participating restaurant will manage seating for their own tables, contact them directly for seating arrangements.
Seventeen local restaurants will be participating (some nights may vary) including, Abbott’s Frozen Custard, Blue Ridge Brewing Company, Café Mazzitelli, Crate Restaurant & Wine Bar, Laurenda’s Restaurant & Catering, Los Portales, Plate 108, Sonny’s Grill, Stomping Grounds Coffee House & Wine Bar, The Bleu Porch Kitchen & Market, The Mason Jar, The Spinning Jenny, and Cartwright Food Hall vendors including: Empanada Shack, Flying Fox Coffee, Mi Irie on Trade, Mo Mo’s Sushi & More, and White Wine & Butter. Watch Greer Station social media for participants each week.
Attendees may visit www.GreerStation.com\Dine-on-Trade for details regarding the event.
“You’ll want to make plans right now for this exciting event” said City of Greer Mayor Rick Danner. “I can’t think of a better way to spend a Friday night in April than Dine on Trade! Make plans to join us on Trade Street under the lights and stars. Live music and late shopping hours will round out your evening of food and fun.”
Dine on Trade had a significant economic impact to participating businesses during the inaugural event in October 2020. Join us in downtown Greer to support small and local businesses and #shopsmall.
The Greer Development Corporation’s (GDC) mission is to be a catalyst for sustainable economic growth to secure Greer’s future. GDC works to increase the wealth-creating opportunities in the community, while preserving the high quality of life in one of South Carolina’s fastest growing communities.